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Arise, all ye sleepers! Another day 
is beckoning us. 

A mad dash for the bathroom! We 
must hurry if we expect to get dressed 
on time. 



Ding-a-ling! It's the call of the old 
breakfast bell, luring us to a good meal. 

Boy! Isn't it surprising how hungry 
you are at breakfast in college? — espe- 
cially with music to match. 








OUR PRESIDENT 




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FROM OUR PRESIDENT 



THE PINE KNOT FOR THOSE OF US WHO LIVE AND WORK IN 



ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE IS A COLLECTION OF MEMORIES 



OF THE EXPERIENCES OF COLLEGE LIFE. 



IT IS MORE THAN THAT, HOWEVER. IT AFFORDS A PERMA- 



NENT RECORD OF A YEAR'S FELLOWSHIP AND A METHOD OF 



PRESERVING THAT RECORD, LEST IN AFTER YEARS THOSE REC- 



OLLECTIONS GROW DIM OR ESCAPE US ENTIRELY. 



THE HIGHEST VALUE OF THE "PINE KNOT" LIES EVEN BEYOND 



THIS MERIT. IT IS ONE OF THE CONTINUITIES THAT CEMENT 



TOGETHER FROM YEAR TO YEAR, THOSE WHO LOVE ATLANTIC 



CHRISTIAN COLLEGE AND WHO REVERE HER TRADITIONS. 



MAY THIS "PINE KNOT" OF 1941 BE A MEANS OF UNITING 



US ALL IN LOYALTY TO OUR ALMA MATER AND IN DEVOTION 



TO THE SERVICE OF OUR FELLOWS IN A DAY OF CONFUSION! 




ADMINISTRATION 




CECIL A JARMAN 

Dean of Men and Associate 
Professor of Religious Edu- 
cation 

BESSIE MASSENGILL 

Dean of Women 



PERRY CASE 

Registrar and Professor of 
Philosophy 

MILDRED D. ROSS 
Office Secretary 



C. H. HAMLIN, M.A., Professor of Social Science. • FILO A. HODGES, M.S., Professor of Science. • 
J. M. WATERS, A.B., Professor of Bible. • FREDERICK F. GRIMM, M.A., Professor of Education. 9 
ROBERT E. SMITH, M.A., Professor of Mathematics. 




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First Row: AGNES PEELE, A.B., Instructor in Commercial Training. 9 RAYMOND E. MORGAN, Ph.D., 
Instructor in Social Science. © MYRTLE L. HARPER, A.B., Librarian Emeritus. • JOHN W. FONTAINE, 
Acting Professor of Music. • MARTHA L. EDMONSTON, M.A., Professor of Modern Languages. • 
Second Row: MILDRED HARTSOCK, Ph.D., Professor of English. • MIRIAM GRONER, Ph.D., Professor in 
Dept. of Science. • ELEANOR G. SNYDER, M.A., Instructor in English and Speech. • W. A. HERRING, 
LL.B., Head Coach. • MRS. E. P. EICHER, A.B., Instructor of Teacher Training, a Third Row: ELIZABETH 
E. YAVORSKI, Instructor in Music. • MADELEINE SMALLEY, M.A., Instructor in Physical Education. e 
MARY H. WILSON, Resident Nurse. » GEORGIA BREWER, M.A.., Instructor in Modern Languages. o 
RUSSELL ROEBUCK, A B., Alumnae Secretary, a Fourth Row: J. M. HOUGH, M.A., Instructor in Education. 
• OLA FLEMING, M.A., Librarian and Instructor in English. 




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Come, my fair maidens! Get your 
books, for work comes before play. 

Just a good breath and a general 
group chat between classes is consid- 
ered a necessity — especially at a coed 
college. 



One goes into the library to study 
and read. However, not all study is of 
books. 

Pay attention, my cherubs! It will 
mean less outside brain work. 




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OFFICERS OF THE 

SENIOR CLASS 



ELMER MOTTERN 

President 

BURNEY McCOTTER 

Vice-President 

KATIE GOLD BREWER 

Secretary 

GEORGE LOFTIN 

Treasurer 




SENIOR CLASS HISTORY 



On September 4, 1937, we, the green- 
ies who compose the class of '41 , arrived 
at Atlantic Christian College. The ad- 
ministration had just launched the Fresh- 
man Week plan, and for four days we, 
the first victims, did nothing except be- 
come acquainted with each other and 
with the college and take tests. We 
elected Irma Lee Spencer as president of 
the class; Julia D. Paschall, vice-president; 
Susan Alice Waller, secretary; and Dana 
Mattox, treasurer. 

Class officers our sophomore year 
were: president, John K. Wooten; vice- 
president, Susan Alice Waller; secretary, 
Bet Ward; and treasurer, Herbert Willis. 
This year was the least exciting, perhaps, 
but we did give the seniors a delightful 
hayride on one cold April night. 



Our junior year a Kinstonian rule was 
set up, all four class officers hailing from 
Kinston. They were: Irma Lee Spencer, 
president; John K. Wooten, vice-presi- 
dent; Bet Ward, secretary; and George 
Loftin, treasurer. The entire year was 
spent raising money, which was put into 
one night — the Junior-Senior Banquet, a 
night we will not forget soon. 

To lead the class in its last year we 
chose Elmer Mottern, president; Burney 
McCotter, vice-president; Katie Gold 
Brewer, secretary; and George Loftin, 
treasurer. It is a sad yet joyful time as 
we don cap and gown to walk across the 
stage in Howard Chapel and away from 
Alma Mater. 



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SENIORS 




HELEN RUTH BARNES 

Wilson, N. C. 



AGNES ELIZABETH BEST 

Warsaw, N. C. 



KATIE GOLD BREWER 

Wilson, N. C. 



"To be humble, simple, af- 
fectionate to as many peo- 
ple as possible, and kindly 
to all." 



'Without music life would 
be a mistake." 



"The gratifying feeling that 

my duty has greatly been 

done." 



CHARLES BYRD 

St Paul, N. C. 



ST. CLAIR CADDELL 

Bonneau, S. C. 



JAMES V. CREASY, JR. 

Wilmington, N. C. 



And gladly would he learn 
and gladly teach." 



"You cannot value a person 

for what he is of, but for 

the many good qualities he 

possesses." 



"Age cannot wither him nor 
custom stale his infinite va- 
riety." 



JACKSIE S. DANIEL 

Elm City, N. C. 



JACQUELINE S. DANIEL 

Wilson, N. C. 



MINNIE WHITLEY DEES 

Fremont, N. C. 



'Moderation is a virtue in 
public and private life." 



"She hath a simple gift for 

each of her many friends 

and is always ready to make 

new ones." 



'Peace is happiness digest- 
ing." 



DOROTHY DRAUGHON 

Dunn, N, C. 

"Where there is purity there 

must be peace; where there 

is devotion, there must be 

joy," 



LESTER W. EDWARDS 

Macclesfield, N. C. 

"To be a great leader of 

men, one must not turn 

one's back on men." 



JANEY B. FITZGERALD 

Pine Level. N. C. 

"Beauty itself doth of itself 

persuade the eyes of men 

without an orator." 



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SENIORS 




L V. GODWIN 

Lucama, N. C. 



FOY NELSON GOFORTH 

Elm City, N. C. 



SARAH MAE GREENE 

Belhaven, N. C. 



"He was want to speak 
plain and to the purpose." 



'A man of few words and 
much work." 



"Boards, actors, prompters, 
gas lights, and costume, 

And take for a worthier 
stage the soul itself." 



LILLIAN A. GUTHRIE 

Morehead City, N. C. 

"Still to be neat, still to be 
drest, 

As she were going to a 
feast." 



MARTHA J. HENDERSON 

Maysville, N. C. 

"Nothing is ever achieved 
without enthusiasm." 



CARTHIENE HOELL 

Vanceboro, N. C. 

"Just by being herself she 
changed the climate of the 
days of those she meets." 



MILDRED JACKSON 

Dunn, N. C. 



ELBERT P. JAMES 

Wallace, N. C. 



F. H. JARMAN 

Kinston, N. C. 



"To be ever admired and 

loved, one must ever have 

an agreeable personality." 



'He hath a heart as sound 
as a bell." 



'My good will is great, 
though the gift is small." 



B. FRANK JONES 

Kinston, N. C. 



NELLIE LOU LAMM 

Lucama, N. C. 



MARGUERITE P. LANE 

Wilson, N. C. 



'For I am nothing, if not 
critical; I profit by it." 



Do good by stealth and 
blush to find it fame." 



"A person with ideas leaves 
the people who are only in- 
terested on the bottom step 
of the ladder." 



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SENIORS 




GEORGE EDWIN LOFTIN 

Kinston, N. C. 



BURNEY R. McCOTTER 

Grantsboro, N. C. 



HAZEL MARIE McKEEL 

Wals+onburg, N. C. 



"The greater man, the great- 
er courtesy." 



'A man of mark.' 



"Sensibility and sympathy, 

with proper objects and full 

employment, do not look for 

applause." 



LORAINE MERCER 

Bailey, N. C. 



LESLIE THOMAS MINCEY 

Raleigh, N. C. 



ELMER McD. MOTTERN 

Asheville, N. C. 



'She who pleasure gives, 
shall joy receive." 



"I do good to my friends to 
keep them and to my ene- 
mies to gain them." 



"No man ever asked a favor 
with less offense, or con- 
ferred one with a better 
grace. When he gave, it 
was without assumption; 
when he received, it was 
with dignity and honor." 



FRANCES NELSON 

Vanceboro, N. C. 



WINTON ODHAM 

Grafton, N. C. 



MABEL BUELL ROBERSON 

Spring Hope, N. C. 



'She hath a daily beauty in 
her life." 



'Every way makes me gain. 



"To gain and to deserve the 

confidence of others is to 

give our own." 



RAY G. SILVERTHORNE 

Washington, N. C. 

'He from whose lips divine 
persuasion flows." 



IRMA LEE SPENCER 

Kinston, N. C. 

'As merry as the day is 
long." 



HELEN C. SUTTON 

Kinston, N. C. 

'Patience is one of nature's 
most vital virtues." 



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SENIORS 




MARY ORPHA SUTTON 

Kinston, N. C. 

"Thine honesiy and loyalty 

doth mince thy greater 

problems." 



M. DALEN WAINWRIGHT 

Wilson, N. C. 

"Nothing is more beautiful 

than daintiness and truth 

combined." 



SUSAN ALICE WALLER 

Kinston, N. C. 

She is a simple art within 
herself." 



JAMES D. WALTERS 

Jamesville, N. C. 

'Moderation in prosperity 
marks great minds." 



MARY ELIZABETH WARD 

Kinston, N. C. 

"Being what I am, I'll be it 
nobly and gain by it." 



MYRTLE WEBB 

Morehead City, N. C. 

"People change and die, 
but graceful and joyful liv- 
ing are unchangeable and 
live on eternally." 



CLAYLON D. WEEKS 

Clinton, N. C. 

What a charm there is in 
doing good." 



NINA RAY WILCOX 

Oriental, N. C. 

3e happy, but be so 
through piety." 



FRANK WILEY 

Grantsboro, N. C. 

"The friendship of my com- 
panions is worth more than 
fortune." 



ISABELLE WILLIAMS 

La Grange, N. C. 

"Truth, simplicity, and vir- 
tue are the best wealth a 
person could possess." 



JOSEPH A. WINDLEY 

Pantego, N. C. 

It must be done like light- 
ning." 



JOHN K. WOOTEN 

Grifton, N. C. 

"The highest proof of virtue 
is to possess boundless pow- 
er without abusing it." 



NEAL WYNDHAM 

Bonneau, S. C. 
'Between jest and earnest. 



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OFFICERS OF THE 

JUNIOR CLASS 

HOMER NARRON* 

President 

JAMES WEBSTER 
President 

NORMA CLAY DANIELS 

Vice-President 

GERALD SHINGLETON* 

Secretary 

JEWITT DAVIS 

Secretary 

RACHEL GLOVER 

Treasurer 

•Resigned end of first semester. 



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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY 



One day in September, 1938, a group 
of confused but determined freshmen 
(about 65 in number) appeared on the 
campus of Atlantic Christian College. As 
they organized to meet this new situa- 
tion together, they chose as their leaders 
to take them through the year: Church- 
well Stallings, president; Vincent Batts, 
vice-president; and Billy Lee, secretary- 
treasurer. 

The year 1939 found these students 
back on the campus, this time as sopho- 
mores. In this year the class was under 
the leadership of Homer Narron as presi- 
dent; Mary Nackos, vice-president; Ola 
Mae Kelly, secretary; and Kendrick Tay- 
lor, treasurer. True to tradition, the 
sophomores entertained their sister class, 
the seniors, at a wiener roast at Gold 
Park. After placing the Daisy Chain at 



the feet of the seniors, they departed 
until September, 1940. 

Freshman Week found many of these, 
by now Juniors, back entertaining the 
freshmen and helping accustom them to 
our campus. For officers of the class, 
James Webster was elected president in 
the place of Homer Narron; Norma Clay 
Daniels, vice-president; Jewitt Davis, sec- 
retary in the place of Gerald Shingleton; 
and Rachel Glover, treasurer. As a final 
expression of appreciation and hopes for 
a successful future, they presented to the 
seniors the elaborate Junior-Senior Ban- 
quet. Looking forward to a senior year 
of their own full of responsibility and hap- 
piness, they leave A. C. for the third 
time, with ambition in their hearts for 
their final year, 1941-42. 



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First Row 



Second Row 



Third Row 



GORDON ALDRIDGE . . La Grange T. C. BRITT Bladenboro NORMA CLAY DANIELS . . Wilson 



MARJORIE BARNES 



Wilson CLARESE BUNTING . . Robersonville JEWITT DAVIS Fremont 



EVELYN BARNES Fremont LORAINE CALLIS Cofield MADELINE DENNING .... Coats 



RUTH BEARD 



Bailey MARY COLONES Selma JOE FRANK DRAPER . . . Conway 



MARILYN BOYETTE Kenly ELOISE CREECH Wilson CHARLES EAGLES 



Saratoga 



JUNIORS 




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JUNIORS 



First Row 



Second Row 



Third Row 



ROBERT EASON Princeton JOE HOLLIDAY Jamesville MARION LASSITER 



Conway 



EVELYN GARDNER Wilson GLEN HOLMES 



Rocky Mount VIRGINIA McDANIEL 



Grifton 



RACHEL GLOVER Wilson M. W. HUDSON Elm City MOZELLE MORGAN 



Middle 



THURMAN HARPER . . . Deep Run OLA MAE KELLY .... Pfafftown ELIZABETH ANN NALL . . . Wilson 



WORTLEY HARRELL . . . Coleraine JOSEPHINE LAMM Wilson CHESTER PELT Wilson 

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First Row 



Second Row 



Third Row 



IDA EARLE PIERCE . . . Richlands ELOISE TAYLOR Snow Hill KATHERINE WAINWRIGHT . . Wilson 



AUDREY LOUISE ROUSE . . Kinston KENDRICK TAYLOR 

MABEL INEZ ROWE .... Wilson EDVAN THOMPSON 

B. C. SCOTT Rose Hill ROBERT THORTON 

HILDA SNIPES .... Rocky Mount MARY TOMLINSON 

JESSIE STEPHENSON .... Wilson ALBERT TYSON . . 



Snow Hill JAMES WEBSTER Pinetown 



Pine Level MYRA WHARTON Florence 



Clinton WILMA WILLIAMS . . Elizabeth City 



Wilson GEORGE WOODALL . . . Princeton 



Greenville KRISSIE YIONOULIS 



Will 



JUNIORS 




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C. L HARDY LIBRARY 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 
WJLSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



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OFFICERS OF THE 

SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 

NAOMI MORRIS 

President 

KIRBY WATSON 
Vice-President 

EDITH CARTWRIGHT 

Secretary 

HOWARD BLAKE 

Treasurer 




SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY 



The fall of 1939 found 115 freshmen 
on the doorstep of A. C. about to make 
it their new home. We soon learned the 
knack of all those little tricks and lost 
some of that obvious greenness. Russell 
Arnold was elected president and to as- 
sist him Lillian Lamm, vice-president; 
Kathryn Jones, secretary; and Hugh Cul- 
lom, treasurer. Spring came and with it 
our junior entertainment, bids to sorori- 
ties and fraternities, annuals to sign and 
all too soon commencement week. A 



memorable year was that first one as 
collegians. 

Another fall — this time with Naomi 
"Peanut" Morris as chief leader; Kirby 
Watson, vice-president; Edith Cart- 
wright, secretary; and Howard Blake, 
treasurer. With a smaller class but great- 
er spirit we continued our progress. An- 
other year to pack away and never for- 
get, and another year to look forward to 
when we will move up one row in Chapel 
and be called Juniors. 



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SOPHOMORES 



First Row 



Second Row 



Third Row 



NANCY ANDERSON . . La Grange ALMA BRITE Bridgeton KATHERINE DEANS 



Wilson 



MARGARETTE ANGE . . Jamesville ELIZABETH BROWNING . Washington LINA EDWARDS Fountain 



CAROLYN BAGGETTE . Foreston, S. C. EDITH CARTWRIGHT Bath MARGARET FARMER 



Wilson 



HOWARD BLAKE Fairfield ELIZABETH CLARK Wilson THERESA FISHER . . . Rocky Mount 



ELEANOR BLOW .... Vanceboro CASSIE MAE COWELL . . Bayboro GEORGE O. GARD . Elizabeth City 

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SOPHOMORES 



First Row Second Row Third Row 

MARGARET GARRISS . Margarettsville EARL HARDISON .... Deep Run MAURICE HOLLAND .... Clinton 

MARGARET GLOVER .... Wilson BILL HARPER Deep Run HAZEL JOHNSON Kerr 

MADALINE GODWIN . . Pine Level FRANCES HEMBY Maury RUBY JONES Kenly 

ROBERT GRAY Snow Hill JOHN HICKS Easton, Pa. VIRGINIA LANCASTER . . New Bern 

ROBERT GRIFFIN Bailey D. F. HINNANT, JR Fremont IRENE LANGSTON . . . Four Oaks 

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SOPHOMORES 



First Row 



Second Row 



Third Row 



RUBYE MARLOWE . . Walstonburg BETTY MILLER . . Cumberland, Md. JANE PERRY Robersonville 

EDWARD LEE MARTIN . . Jamesville NAOMI MORRIS Wilson JOE OUINERLY Grlfton 

JACK MARTIN Jamesville FLORENCE PACE Bailey EDNA EARLE REYNOLDS . . Wilson 



RUTH MATHEWS Wilson CAROLYN PARRISH . . Wilson Mills ELIZABETH RHODES . 



Wils. 



MYRTLE MAY Winterville EMMA PEARSON Wilson HULDAH ROWE Wilson 

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SOPHOMORES 



First Row Second Row Third Row 

FAYEDINE SASSER ... La Grange ELIZABETH STONEY . Winston Salem JOHN TYSON Farmville 

FRANCES SERMONS . Fort Barnwell DORA LANE STRICKLAND . . Wilson ANN WAINWRIGHT .... Wilson 

ELEANOR SMITH . . Ellenton, S. C. POLLY SWINDELL Bath KIRBY WATSON Wilson 

MARJORIE SMITH .... Fremont RACHEL TILGHMAN .... Dover DORIS WHITE Vanceboro 

NANNIE STOKES Pinetops EUGENIA TOMLINSON . . . Wilson LOUISE WILLIAMS Wilson 

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OFFICERS OF THE 

FRESHMAN 
CLASS 

JAMES PASCHALL 

President 

EARLE WILLIAMS 
Vice-President 

DOROTHY GARDNER 

Secretary 

CLAUD HOWARD 

Treasurer 




OUR 1941 FRESHMEN 



Always, the most talked of class in 
school is the freshman class. They are 
news; the rest are history. This year's 
freshman class has proved to be real 
news. During freshman week it was dis- 
covered that they had talent, which they 
have been exhibiting ever since. Many 
of the musical ones are in the glee club. 
As for dramatic ability — a large percent- 
age of the roles this year were carried by 
freshmen. 

For the first time in the memory of our 



students a freshman ran for a major office 
in the elections. In all organizations they 
have found a place for themselves. En- 
thusiastically they have backed campus 
programs and activities. Their leaders 
were: James Paschall, president; Earle 
Williams, vice-president; Mary Louise 
Rose, secretary; and Claud Howard, 
treasurer. 

The future for our freshmen carries with 
it a load of responsibility in keeping up 
the pace they have set for themselves. 



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FRESHMEN 

BILLIE ADAMS Four Oaks, N. C. 

VIRGINIA ADKINS Wilson, N. C. 

RACHEL AYCOCK Fremont, N. C. 

PHILIP BANKS Arapahoe, N. C. 

ANN BARKLEY Wilson, N. C. 

AVA GREY BARNES Lucama, N. C. 

DAPHNE BARNES Fremont, N. C. 

KATHERINE BARNES Kenly, N. C. 

RUTH BLIZZARD Deep Run, N. C. 

MARY ALICE BODENHEIMER Parkton, N. C. 

THELMA BOONE Nashville, N. C. 

LALIA BOYETTE Wendell, N. C. 

EVANGELINE BRINSON Beulahville, N. C. 

VIRGINIA BROOKS Wilson, N. C. 

SARAH LOUISE BROWN Comfort, N. C. 

•SYBIL BROWN Comfort, N. C. 

ELIZABETH BRYANT Saratoga, N. C. 

JENNIE SUE BRYANT Saratoga, N. C. 

J. T. BRYANT Rich Square, N. C. 

J. T. BURRUS Belhaven, N. C. 

ARTHUR CHESSOM Wilson, N. C. 

REBECCA COCKRELL Wilson, N. C. 

MARY CROOM La Grange, N. C. 

IRENE DAVIS Elm City, N. C. 

PAULINE DAVIS Elm City, N. C. 

ANNIE DIXON New Bern, N. C. 

MARGARET DRAUGHON Dunn, N. C. 

RUTH FERGUSON Reidsville, N. C. 

RALPH FORREST New Bern, N. C. 

NELL FOX Candor, N. C. 

ALBERT GAINEY Dudley, N. C. 

AVA GARDNER Wilson, N. C. 

*Senior placed here by mistake. 



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FRESHMEN 

CHRISTINE GARDNER Saratoga, N. C. 

DOROTHY GARDNER Walsfonburg, N. C. 

ERNESTINE GARDNER Saratoga, N. C. 

HELEN GLOVER Zebulon, N. C. 

LYMAN GRAY Snow Hill, N. C. 

WILLIAM GRAY Robersonville, N. C. 

JACK HAMMOND Comfort, N. C. 

ELIZABETH HOOKS Fremont, N. C, 

JEAN HOOD Goldsboro, N. C. 

BEULAH HORNE Wilson, N. .C. 

CLAUDE HOWARD Charlestown, S. C. 

EUNICE JAMES Wallace, N. C. 

HOWARD JAMES Winterville, N. C. 

SARAH JEFFERIES Fremont, N. C. 

NOLIA JOHNSON Smithfield, N. C. 

AVIS KEENE Four Oaks, N. C. 

RAYFORD LEE Four Oaks, N. C. 

KATHERINE LEWIS Wilson, N, C. 

CLAUDIA LUCAS Wilson, N. C. 

SALLY LUCAS Wilson, N. C. 

MAVIS LEGGETT Farmville, N. C. 

MILTON MAY Winterville, N. C. 

EDITH MERRITT Taylor's Bridge, N. C. 

ESPIE K. MILLER Marion, N. C. 

JULIA GREY MINCHEW Black Creek, N. C. 

ELIZABETH MOORE Farmville, N. C. 

MARGARET MURPHY Snow Hill, N. C. 

DONNELL NARRON Kenly, N. C. 

AGNES OAKES Weldon, N. C. 

FRANCES OAKES Weldon, N. C. 

STYLES ORVIN Bonneau, S. C. 

MARY PARKER Benson, N. C. 




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FRESHMEN 

HUME PASCHALL Farmville, N. C. 

RACHEL PETERSON Clinton, N. C. 

UNA PHELPS Windsor, N. C. 

ISLA MAE PHIPPS Wendell, N. C. 

MARY LOUISE ROSE Newton Grove, N. C. 

CATHERINE ROUGHTON Tarboro, N. C. 

VIRGINIA SASSER Wilson, N. C. 

MARY LINA SHEARIN . Wilson, N. C. 

CLEMENT SHINE Faison, N. C. 

GUY SMITH Wilson, N. C. 

MARY ALLETA SMITH La Grange, N. C. 

THERON SMITH Dudley, N C. 

DAVID SNIPES Princeton, N. C. 

CHARLES STEVENS Smithfield, N C. 

MARGARET STRICKLAND Wilson, N. C. 

PAUL STROTHER, JR Stantonsburg, N C. 

CHARLOTTE THOMAS Elm City, N. C. 

REBECCA THOMAS Elm City, N. C. 

LESLIE TYSON Wilson, N. C. 

CHARLES WARREN Newton Grove, N. C. 

MELVILLE WARREN Faison, N. C 

BEULAH WATERS Pinetown, N. C 

BESSIE O. WEBB Macclesfield, N. C 

CLAUDE WHEELER Lucama, N. C. 

CLELL WHITE Fremont, N. C. 

RICHARD A. WHITFIELD Goldsboro, N. C. 

EARLE WILLIAMS Zebulon, N. C. 

VICTORIA WILLIAMSON Clinton, N. C. 

BRUNELL WINSTEAD Elm City, N. C. 

LOIS WOODARD Princeton, N. C. 

LYNWOOD YELVERTON Eureka, N. C. 

GEORGE YIONOULIS Wilson, N. C. 



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RAY G. SILVERTHORN has been outstanding in religious activi- 
ties and has been both editor and business manager of the 
"Pine Knot." • MARY ELIZABETH WARD has been out- 
standing in governmental work, having been president of the 
Woman's Dormitory Council. She has also been active in 
religious life on the campus, • SUSAN ALICE WALLER is 
remembered for her work as Chairman of May Day and 
Chairman of Concerts. Sht has also been active in religious 
life and in dramatics. • JOHN K. WOOTEN Is noted for 



WHO'S WHO 



all of his good work in governmental activities and particularly 
for his leadership this past year as President of the Cooperative 
Association. • IRMA LEE SPENCER has been most active 
in sports and has been a leader in religious activity, dramatics, 
and in work on the publications. 



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Now play to your heart's content, mes 
eleves! You have done well today (?). 
The afternoon is the time to be happy 
and gay with entertainments and or- 
ganizational "get-togethers." Nothing 



to worry about now until study hour, so 
straighten the convolutions in your 
brain and laugh! "Why not let's play 
a game of softball?" 



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PINE KNOT 



EDITORIAL STAFF 



The record of the activities of the students on our campus have been 
brought together to form a book. This, our yearbook, which we call the 
"Pine Knot," contains records and memories of the various activities that 
we participated in during the school year 1940-41. 

With Ray S. Silverthorne, editor-in-chief, and Elizabeth Stoney, asso- 
ciate editor, we have the book complete and ready for your enjoyment. 

Those who have combined their efforts with those of the editors are: 
Irene Langston, Betty Miller, Earle Williams, Eunice James, Evangeline 
Brinson, Irma Lee Spencer, Lois Woodard, Elmer Mottern, and Frank 
Wiley, who worked on the literary staff; Mary Tomlinson, who did art 
work; and Neal Wyndham, who was in charge of snapshots. 



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PINE KNOT 



BUSINESS STAFF 



Frank Wiley, business manager, shown below with two staff members, 
George Woodall and F. H. Jarman, through the cooperation of the 
merchants of Wilson, has made it possible for us to put out this 1941 
"Pine Knot." Along with the above-mentioned people, though not in 
the picture, who deserve recognition for their services, are: Betty Miller, 
Earle Williams, and James V. Creasy, Jr., assistant business manager. 




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THE COLLEGIATE 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

"The Collegiate" for a number of years has been a leading publication 
on our campus, and it strives to develop journalistic qualities in its writers. 
The picture above was taken in the first staff room, in the basement of 
the dining hall. Those in the picture: James Creasy, editor; Kirby Wat- 
son, sports editor; Virginia Lancaster, Naomi Morris, and other staff 
workers who are not in the picture are: William Gray, Thurman Harper, 
Lina Edwards, Ruth Beard, Eleanor Smith, Irene Langston, Carrie Davis 
May, and Dr. Mildred Hartsock, faculty adviser. 



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COLLEGIATE 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Selling advertisements, collecting for them, and distributing the papers 
are some of the duties of the business manager of the "Collegiate." But 
— publicity comes as a part of his work, too. The business manager is 
responsible for the publicity of the paper which is, in turn, publicity for 
the school. His job is to increase the number of subscriptions to the 
paper from outside people. • These duties have been done remarkably 
well this year by Business Manager Charles Eagles. His staff includes: 
F. H. Jarman, Earl Hardison, and Dick Whitfield. 




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SIGMA ALPHA 



The Sigma Alpha Fraternity was founded in 1925. The motto chosen is "Semper 
est amicitia." The colors of this organization are silver and lavender; its flower, the 
sweet pea. Professor J. M. Waters is sponsor for this fraternity, and the honorary 
member is Coach Bill Herring. 

The members are: John Hicks, Jim Brown Holliday, Marion Lassiter, Jack Martin, 
Joe Holliday, Edward Lee Martin, B. C. Scott, Munroe Harper, Frank Jones, Leslie 
Mincey, T. C. Britt, L. A. High, Thadford Treadway, Russell Arnold, Howard Hilley, 
Jr., Joe Frank Draper, Gordon Aldridge. 

OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

FRANK JONES President MARION LASSITER 

LESLIE MINCEY Vice-President B. C. SCOTT 

JOE FRANK DRAPER Secretary-Treasurer GORDON ALDRIDGE 

GORDON ALDRIDGE Chaplain JOHN HICKS 

MARION LASSITER Sergeant-at-Arms JACK MARTIN 



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PHI SIGMA TAU 



The Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, founded in 1912, is the oldest Greek letter organiza- 
tion on the campus. Its motto is "Non nobis sed omnibus." The sorority has as 
its flower the Black-Eyed Susan to correspond with its colors, black and gold. Its 
members are chosen for their scholastic standing as well as qualities of character, 
personality, sociability, and leadership. 

The sponsor for the sorority is Mrs. C. A. Jarman. Honorary members are Mrs. 
Bill Herring and Miss Georgia Brewer. 

Active members are: Jacqueline Daniel, Hazel McKeel Susan Alice Waller, Irma 
Lee Spencer, Elizabeth Ward, Frances Hemby, Evelyn Barnes, Elizabeth Stoney, 
Cassie Mae Cowell, Alma Brite, and Mary Elizabeth Hilley. 

OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

ELIZABETH WARD President JACQUELINE DANIEL 

HAZEL McKEEL Vice-President SUSAN ALICE WALLER 

IRMA LEE SPENCER Secretary HAZEL McKEEL 

JACQUELINE DANIEL Treasurer ELIZABETH WARD 

SUSAN ALICE WALLER Reporter IRMA LEE SPENCER 




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PHI DELTA GAMMA 

The Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity was established in 1937. It was originally the 
"I Smoka' Pipe Club." Its flower is the carnation; blue and gold, its colors. The 
motto for the fraternity is, "Everlasting Brotherhood." The faculty sponsors are 
Professor R. E. Smith and Dr. Raymond Morgan. Honorary members are: Edwin 
Stephenson, H. B. Griffin, and Ed Stallings. Active members are: George Loftin, 
James Creasy, Frank Wiley, Burney McCotter, Neal Wyndham, Lester Edwards, 
Kendrick Taylor, George Woodall, Thurman Harper, Robert Gray, Kirby Watson, 
Joe Quinerly, Robert Thornton, and Maurice Holland. 



OFFICERS 

First Semester 

GEORGE LOFTIN President . 

FRANK WILEY Vice-President 

GEORGE WOODALL Secretary . 



Second Semester 

FRANK WILEY 

BURNEY McCOTTER 

THURMAN HARPER 

JAMES CREASY Treasurer GEORGE WOODALL 

BURNEY McCOTTER Corresponding Secretary JAMES CREASY 

NEAL WYNDHAM Chaplain KIRBY WATSON 

ROBERT GRAY Sergeant-at-Arms KENDRICK TAYLOR 



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DELTA SIGMA 



Delta Sigma, the youngest of the sororities on the campus, was organized in 
1935. Its motto is "Torchbearers of Friendship." This organization chose as its 
colors green and gold; its flower the jonquil. Sponsors of the sorority are Mrs. 
Raymond Morgan and Miss Madeline Smalley. 

Active members are: Janey Fitzgerald, Katie Gold Brewer, Eloise Taylor, Margaret 
Ange, Marjorie Barnes, Edith Cartwright, Polly Swindell, Madeline Denning, Carolyn 
Parrish, Margaret Farmer, Naomi Morris, and Carolyn Baggette. 



OFFICERS 
First Semester 

JANEY FITZGERALD President . . 

ELOISE TAYLOR Vice-President 

MARJORIE BARNES Secretary . . 



Second Semester 

KATIE GOLD BREWER 

MARGARET ANGE 

EDITH CARTWRIGHT 

KATIE GOLD BREWER Treasurer CAROLYN PARRISH 

MARGARET ANGE Reporter NAOMI MORRIS 




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PHI KAPPA ALPHA 

In 1925 Rev. John Barclay and Dr. E. L. Fox founded the Phi Kappa Alpha Frater- 
nity. From that time it has been an outstanding organization. Gold and white are 
its colors; the daisy, its flower. Mr. C. A. Jarman and Mr. F. A. Hodges are 
sponsors of the fraternity, and active members are: Elmer Mottern, St. Clair Caddell, 
Winton Odham, John K. Wooten, F. H. Jarman, Elbert James, Ray Silverthorne, 
Glenn Holmes, M. W. Hudson, Charles Eagles, Russell Roebuck, Gerald Shingleton, 
Howard Blake, Bill Harper, Robert Griffin, Earl Hardison, George Banks. Honorary 
members are Ernest Barnes and Chick Andrews. 

OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

ELMER MOTTERN President JOHN K. WOOTEN 

ST. CLAIR CADDELL Vice-President ELBERT JAMES 

ELBERT JAMES Secretary HOWARD BLAKE 

WINTON ODHAM Treasurer WINTON ODHAM 

RAY SILVERTHORNE Chaplain ELMER MOTTERN 

HOWARD BLAKE Sergeant-at-Arms ROBERT GRIFFIN 



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SIGMA TAU CHI 



The Sigma Tau Chi Sorority was founded in 1925 by Reverend John Barclay. 

From that time it has grown to be an outstanding organization on the campus. 

Yellow and white are its colors; the chrysanthemum its flower. Miss Eleanor Snyder 

and Mrs. F. A. Hodges are the sponsors for the sorority. Active members are 

Agnes Best, Lillian Guthrie, Sarah Fulgum, Marguerite Lane, Carthiene Hoell, Frances 

Nelson, Isabelle Williams, Minnie Dees, Johnny Greene, Ann Wainwright, Carrie 

Davis May, Eleanor Blow, Doris White, Lina Edwards, Virginia Lancaster, and Betty 

Miller. 

OFFICERS 



First Semester 

CARTHIENE HOELL President . . 

ISABELLE WILLIAMS Vice-President 

MINNIE DEES Secretary . . 



Second Semester 

JOHNNY GREENE 

BETTY MILLER 

FRANCES NELSON 

LILLIAN GUTHRIE Treasurer AGNES BEST 

JOHNNY GREENE Reporter VIRGINIA LANCASTER 




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EXECUTIVE BOARD 

The Cooperative Association was organized in 1936. This college was one of 
the first in the southern part of the United States to adopt this form of government. 
The Executive Board of this association handles all major student affairs including 
finances, disciplinary cases, regulates student activities, and controls publications. 
This cooperative system is a combination of the old type of faculty government 
with the new idea of student government. 

BOARD MEMBERS 

JOHN K. WOOTEN President 

NEAL WYNDHAM Vice-President 

WILMA WILLIAMS Secretary 

GORDON ALDRIDGE Treasurer 

ELIZABETH WARD President, Women's Dormitory Council 

LESTER EDWARDS President, Men's Dormitory Council 

L. A. HIGH Town Representative 

DR. RAYMOND MORGAN Faculty Representative 

MISS MADELINE SMALLEY Faculty Representative 

MISS BESSIE MASSENGILL Faculty Representative 

MR. C. A. JARMAN Faculty Representative 



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CAMPUS RELIGIOUS COUNCIL 

The Campus Religious Council is an organization composed of repre- 
sentatives from all the religious organizations on campus, all relating 
committees, and all sororities and fraternities. Its purpose is to unify 
religious activity and spread its influence throughout campus life. It is 
composed of both students and faculty members. 

This being the first year of the organization, it has been considered a 
trial year. Because of its success, it will be continued next year, with 
some slight alterations in organization. 

Members are: Lester Edwards, Rachel Glover, Katherine Lewis, Ida 
Earle Pierce, Elizabeth Stoney, Ruth Beard, Carolyn Baggette, Ola Mae 
Kelly, Isabelle Williams, Jack Martin, Mary Elizabeth Ward, Elbert James, 
Ray G. Silverthorne, Margaret Farmer, Susan Alice Waller, James V. 
Creasy, Jr., John K. Wooten, and faculty members: Cecil A. Jarman, 
F. F. Grim, and John Waters. 




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MINISTERIAL CLUB 

The Ministerial Club is the oldest organization on the campus. It was founded 
in 1902. The primary concern of the organization is to give students who are pre- 
paring for full-time Christian service a fellowship where the problems of sermonic 
construction can be discussed. 

OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

CLAYLON WEEKS President NEAL WYNDHAM 

NEAL WYNDHAM Vice-President OLIVER GARD 

CHARLES HARRISON Secretary-Treasurer NINA WILCOX 



Ray Silverthorne 
Preston Parsons 
Aaron Hocutt 



OTHER MEMBERS 

Gordon Manning 
Howard James 



C. A. Jarman 
J. M. Waters 
Howard S. Hilley 



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GLEE CLUB 



The Glee Club under the guidance of Professor John Winston Fontaine is one of 
the most important organizations on the campus. In addition to college presenta- 
tions the group travels extensively, giving programs in churches over the eastern 
part of the state. 

MEMBERS 

VIRGINIA ADKINS, Pianist 

Betty Miller Wilma Williams 

Frances Oalces Charles Harrison 

Jane Perry Howard James 

Edna Earle Reynolds Elbert James 

Catherine Roughton Robert Jones 

Audrey Rouse Burney McCotter 

Jessie Stephenson Elmer Mottern 
Charlotte Thomas 



Alma Brite 
Elizabeth Browning 
Anna Conyers 
Christine Gardner 
Ernestine Gardner 
Margaret Garriss 
Mary Catherine Houston 




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THE QUESTERS 



The "Questers," a philosophical organization, was designed by the 
philosophy class of 1938 under the guidance of Mr. Case. This group 
has as its motto, "Quest Is Best." Its purpose is to instill a spirit of phil- 
osophical thinking, especially among the students of philosophy. Mem- 
bers are elective and limited to students demonstrating an interest in 
philosophy. Since 1938 the club has had twenty-five active members 
and two honorary members: Mr. Barclay and Dr. Morgan. 

Present members are: Gerald Shingleton, Ray Silverthorne, Neal 
Wyndham, James Creasy, George Loftin, Lester Edwards, Claylon 
Weeks, Elmer Mottern, John K. Wooten, Charles Eagles, Burney Mc- 
Cotter, and Aaron Hocutt. Officers are: president, Neal Wyndham; 
vice-president, Claylon Weeks; and secretary-treasurer, Aaron Hocutt. 



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GOLDEN KNOT HONOR SOCIETY 

The Golden Knot Honor Society was formed by uniting Alpha Delta 
Chi, an honor society of women, and a group of men with similar ideals. 
Its purpose is to uphold the ideals of Atlantic Christian College and to 
recognize and encourage character, scholarship, leadership, and service. 
The requirements for membership are: completion of three college se- 
mesters with an average of 85 per cent for men and 87.5 per cent for 
women, the exemplification of outstanding moral character, the desire 
and ability for constructive leadership, and the willingness to serve in 
upholding the ideals of the organization. The members are: Agnes Best, 
Jim Walters, Bet Ward, Wilma Williams, Elmer Mottern, Katy Gold 
Brewer, L. A. High, and Irma Lee Spencer. 

OFFICERS 

IRMA LEE SPENCER President 

JIM WALTERS Secretary-Treasurer 




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Y. M. C. A. 



The Y. M. C. A. is an organization of men of Christian ideals, striving 
to develop the bands of brotherhood. The organization tries to help 
freshmen find their places on the campus and devotes time and attention 
toward better human and racial relations. All men are welcome to mem- 
bership. The organization has a wide influence on the campus. 

OFFICERS 

GEORGE LOFTIN President 

JAMES CREASY Vice-President 

KIRBY WATSON Secretary-Treasurer 

CABINET MEMBERS 

Neal Wyndham Joe Quinerly William Gray 

Albert Tyson Howard Blake Philip Banks 

Charles Eagles Ray Silverthorne 



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Y. W. C A. 



The Y. W. C. A. endeavors to promote a religious atmosphere among the girls 
on the campus. All girls in school are invited to join and are given opportunities to 
take part in the activities of the association. 

In future years, when our members' thoughts turn back to A. C. C, we would 
like for them to think of our familiar song: 

"Follow, follow, follow the gleam 
Of the challenge that is the Grail!" 

OFFICERS 

OLA MAE KELLY President 

RUTH BEARD Vice-President 

ISABELLE WILLIAMS Secretary 

MADELINE DENNING Treasurer 

CABINET MEMBERS 

Ola Mae Kelly Isabelle Williams Nina Wilcox 

Ruth Beard Madeline Denning Elizabeth Stoney 

SPONSORS 

Miss Myrtle Harper Miss Bessie Massengill 




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MARSHALS 



The duty of the marshal is to assist at any student activity or entertainment given at the college, 
in connection with the college. The Chief Marshal is chosen by popular vote of the students here 
on the campus. The others are chosen, two from each class, on a scholastic basis. 



KATIE GOLD BREWER . . . Chief Marshal 
JULIAN ROEBUCK .... Senior Marshal 

AGNES BEST Senior Marshal 

MARGARET FARMER 



ALBERT TYSON Junior Marshal 

WILMA WILLIAMS .... Junior Marshal 

HOWARD BLAKE . . . Sophomore Marshal 
Sophomore Marshal 



SUPERVISORS 



The supervisors are students considered capable of directing work done by other students on 
the campus. Theirs are positions of honor and heavy responsibility. 

These include: Wilma Williams, who is in charge of all work done by girls except that in the 
dining hall; Martha Henderson and Robert Thornton, supervisors of the dining hall; Elbert James, 
overseer of the grounds; and Neal Wyndham, who is responsible for the cleaning and care of 
the buildings. 



DORMITORY COUNCILS 

These two organizations working together under the Executive Board actually govern the lives of 
the students. Each strives to develop character, to maintain environmental conditions suitable tor 
scholarly work, to promote the welfare of the students, to preserve student unity and honor, and 
to develop self-control, responsibility, and loyalty among the students residing on the campus. 

WOMEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL 



ELIZABETH WARD President 

RUTH BEARD Vice-President 

HAZEL McKEEL Secretary 

ELOISE TAYLOR Treasurer 

MARTHA HENDERSON , . House President 
OLA MAE KELLY, Y. W. C. A. Representative 
MINNIE DEES .... Senior Representative 



MADELINE DENNING . Junior Representative 
CAROLYN PARRISH 

. . . . . Sophomore Representative 

AGNES BEST Town Representative 

NORMA CLAY DANIEL 

Town Representative-at-Large 

MISS BESSIE MASSENGILL Dean 



MEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL 

LESTER EDWARDS President CHARLES EAGLES . . Junior Representative 

KENDRICK TAYLOR .... Vice-President JAMES WEBSTER . . Junior Representative 

THURMAN HARPER . Secretary-Treasurer OTIS CARTER . Sophomore Representative 

JOE WINDLEY . . Senior Representative CHARLES HARRISON 

CLAYLON WEEKS . . Senior Representative Sophomore Representative 




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EDUCATION CLUB 



After a period of adjournment, the Education Club was reorganized in May, 
1939, under the leadership of Professor F. F. Grimm, sponsor. 

The purpose of this organization is to develop and make effective the personality 
of its members; and to promote: a closer relationship among these students in the 
Education Department; teaching as a profession; accept higher ethical standards 
and to discuss problems which shall be of interest to all Americans, especially those 
who plan to teach. 

The opportunity for training in leadership is obtained in parliamentary procedure 
and in public speaking. Officers are elected at the end of each ten weeks, giving 
more students experience. 

OFFICERS 
First Term 

L. V. GODWIN President AGNES BEST Vice-President 

NELLIE LOU LAMM . . Secretary-Treasurer 

Second Term 

NELLIE LOU LAMM President EDVIN THOMPSON .... Vice-President 

MARY COLONES . . . Secretary-Treasurer 

Third Term 

EDVAN THOMPSON President JEWITT DAVIS Vice-President 

CASSIE MAE COWELL . .Secretary-Treasurer 



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I. R. C. 



The International Relations Club is an organization composed of students who 
are interested in present-day world problems and needs. A meeting is held weekly 
to discuss these current, social, and political problems and events with some en- 
lightening speaker. 

OFFICERS 

JIM WALTERS President 

GEORGE LOFTIN Vice-President 

ISABELLE WILLIAMS Secretary 

JACK MARTIN Chairman of the Program Committee 




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SAMPSON COUNTY CLUB 

The Sampson County Club was formed to bring about a closer relationship among 
the students from Sampson County on the campus. It is the only club of its kind 
on the campus. The club was organized this year with Mr. C. H. Hamlin as its 
faculty advisor. 

OFFICERS 

CLAYLON WEEKS President 

BILLY ADAMS Vice-President 

DOROTHY DRAUGHON Secretary-Treasurer 



Maurice Holland 
Chairman 



Billy Adams 
Dorothy Draughon 
Margaret Draughon 
Maurice Holland 



CABINET MEMBERS 
Mary Louise Rose 

MEMBERS 

Hazel Johnson 
Irene Langston 
Edith Merritt 
Rachel Peterson 
Mary Louise Rose 



Irene Langston 



Robert Thornton 
Charles Warren 
Claylon Weeks 
Victoria Williamson 



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DRAMATIC CLUB 



Besides having a monthly meeting, often both informative and enter- 
taining, the Dramatic Club is responsible for the following productions: 
a fall production, a Christmas pageant in cooperation with the Verse 
Speaking Choir and Glee Club, a spring play, and a commencement play. 

Officers for this year are: president, Johnny Green; vice-president, 
Lib Stoney; secretary-treasurer, Ruth Beard; and program chairman, 
Susan Alice Waller. 

This scene is a room in the Bishop's house taken from "The Bishop Mis- 
behaves," the 1940 commencement play. 




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All set? Well, here we are — ready 
for two and a half hours of study for 
tomorrow's classes. Don't shirk the 
task, though, for you will please teacher 
tomorrow with a lively discussion. 

Nope — we can't neglect our social 



duties! So before retiring, gather 
around the piano for a few songs and 
a little dancing. 

Good night, and pleasant dreams of 
that girl across the campus! 






COACH HERRING 

Coach W. A. Herring has been on the 
campus for three years; and, in conse- 
quence, we have seen athletics grow. 
As a result of his untiring efforts, each 
year has seen us higher in the estimation 
of athletic circles. From the bottom of 
the little eight he brought us to a vic- 
tory over N. C. State in basketball. The 
baseball team is tops — much to his 
credit. So to Coach "Bill" Herring we 
take off our hats. 



CHEERLEADERS 

This group saw that the school cheered the Bull Dogs in victory or defeat. Jack 
Martin is head cheerleader. Others are: Ann Wainwright, Louise Williams, Dick 
Whitfield, Virginia Lancaster, and Frances Oakes. 




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CLUB 



This monogram club is composed of the boys on the campus 
who have made a letter in one or more intercollegiate sports. 
Its purpose is to create a better feeling between the athletes 
and to promote sportsmanship in all the athletic contests. 
The club has done much worth-while work on the campus this 
year. 

The "A" Club is one of the oldest organizations of the 
college and we are expecting many more years of successful 
work. 

Glenn Holmes, president; Marion Lassiter, vice-president; 
Frank Wiley, secretary-treasurer. 



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VARSITY 

Above is pictured the hardest fighting group of ball-hawking basketball players 
Coach "Bill" Herring has ever presented to the sports fans of A. C. College. The 
Bull Dogs surprised the entire sports section of Eastern North Carolina as they 
downed the fighting Red Terrors of N. C. State 26-25. Adding more honors to their 
record, they climbed into sixth position in the North State Conference. For the 
future — they have the Jay Vees who are a promising crew with a record all their own. 



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BASEBALL 

With eight lettermen back in harness, and the most promising freshman 
material in years, Coach "Bill" Herring is looking for a banner year in the 
North State Conference. Although we can't print the facts late enough 
to get in this book, we feel safe in saying that A. C. baseball fans really 
have something to feel proud of. 




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TENNIS 



This year's team was built around the two returning lettermen, B. C. 
Scott and Joe Holliday. Although they were handicapped by a lack of 
experience, the boys showed a strong determination to win. 

With no seniors on the team, it is hoped that 1941-42 will top all others 
in tennis honors. 

This year's team was captained by Joe Holliday. 



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W. A. A. 

The Woman's Athletic Association is composed of girls on the campus who are 
interested in the promotion of wholesome recreation and competition in athletics. 
Plenty of fresh air, sunshine, and exercise everyone must have; and this organization 
feels the need for physical and health training habits most keenly. The sports stressed 
are: volley ball, hockey, soccer, basketball, softball, shuffleboard, desk tennis, bad- 
minton, croquet, archery, tennis, and ping-pong. 

OFFICERS 

IRMA LEE SPENCER President 

RACHEL GLOVER Vice-President 

JACQUELINE DANIEL Secretary 

MARGARET GLOVER Treasurer 

SPORTS LEADERS 

VIRGINIA BROOKS Freshman Representative 

CAROLYN PARRISH Sophomore Representative 

OLA MAE KELLY Junior-Senior Representative 

MAVIS LEGGETT Commercial Representative 




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Help me, will you? I'll never get 
dressed, and I'm really stepping out 
tonight! 

My gal had better be sweet tonight 
after all this struggle! 



Ain't life wonderful? And these 
GALS! Whee-e-e-e-! 

"It's the only kind of knowledge they 
don't teach at any college" — L-O-V-E 
—Oh, yeah? 




MAY DAY 



To the cheering of a crowd of interested friends and relatives, Janie 
Fitzgerald and Winton Odham were crowned Queen and King of May 
in a ceremony held on the front campus. They were surrounded by a 
court of beautiful women and handsome men chosen from the Junior and 
Senior classes. Freshman and Sophomore girls performed dances for the 
occasion. Special features were a couple dance, and the winding of a 
red, white, and blue Maypole. Attendants were: Minnie Dees, Frank 
Wiley, Cartheine Hoell, and John K. Wooten. Lillian Guthrie was chair- 
man of May Day. 





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MOST BEAUTIFUL • JANIE FITZGERALD 



CAMPUS BEAUTIES 



AVA GARDNER 



DALEN WAINWRISHT 



ELIZABETH STONEY 





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CAMPUS BEAUTIES 



CAROLYN BAGGETTE 



SUSAN ALICE WALLER 



VIRGINIA LANCASTER 



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Sign me out, will you? 
A pair of sox . . . some nail polish 
a cake of soap . . . anything else? 



We have to stop at a grocery and 
stock up for that midnight snack. 

Funny how we gain so many pounds 
at college, isn't it? 



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ATLANTIC CHRISTIA 
COLLEGE 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



For ten years Atlantic Christian College 
has been growing steadily and consistently. 
We believe this progress is due to sound 
educational practices, reasonable cost, and 
the help of its friends. 

The institution merits the investigation of 
young people who are seeking a college in 
which to continue their studies. 

The opportunity of this college is open 
to young men and women who wish to profit 
by four years of study in a standard college 
of liberal arts. 



For Catalogue and Additional Information Address, 

THE PRESIDENT, 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



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THE BEST DRESSED GIRLS 
AT A. C. C. 

SAY 
"It Pays to Deal At" 




CAROLINA OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY 



Printers — Stationers — Office Outfitters 



Wilson, N. C. 



Dial 2337 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

PEGGY'S BEAUTY 
SHOP 



THE WOMAN'S SHOP 


Ready-to-Wear and McCallum 


Hosiery 


Carroll Building — Second Floor 


305 1-2 East Nash Street 


Phone 440 Wilson, N. C. 



THE RECORD 

PUBLISHING COMPANY 

ZEBULON, N. C. 

Church and College Printers 

Programs, Minutes, Catalogues, 
Newspapers, Stationery, Forms 

Samples and Prices Submitted on Request 



WINSTEAD COAL CO. 

700 S. Goldsboro St. 

"FOR ECONOMY, HEAT 
WITH COAL" 



Dial 3070 



Wilson, N. C. 



WILSON MARKET CO. 

NATIVE AND WESTERN MEATS 
POULTRY, ETC. 

FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON 

Phone 2117 



LOVELACE 
MOTOR COMPANY 



Sales and Service 
Distributors 



Dial 2940 



3 I 3 Barnes St. 



Wilson, N. C. 



BLUE GABLES SERVICE STATION 

Dial 3425 
A Service Truck at All Hours 



THEATRE SODA SHOP 

SCHRAFFTS CANDIES 

The Handy Place for Magazines — Drinks — Candies and Tobaccos 
Kaywoodie and Sir Sheldon Pipes 



WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 



WILSON AND CAROLINA THEATRES 



If MUM 

MTquauty fertilizehsJ 



FOR ALL CROPS 

Farmers Fertilizers Represent the Best That 
Science Can Offer in Making 

QUALITY FERTILIZERS 

FARMERS COTTON 
OIL CO. 

Norfolk, Va. Islington, N. C. Wilson, N. C. 







Wilson, N. C. 



Dial 2022 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

BRUCE LAMM 

"Styled Men's Wear" 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



EFIRD'S 

DEPARTMENT STORE 

Wilson's Largest 

Quality Merchandise for the Entire Family at 
Lowest Prices 



229-231 E. Nash St. 



Opposite Post Office 



Wilson, N. C. 



BISSETTE'S DRUG STORES 


Wilson — Greenville, N. C. 


• 


Serving Eastern Carolina at a 


Saving 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

BARDIN 

COAL 

COMPANY 



HOTEL CHERRY 

Eastern Carolina's Social and Business 
Center 

WM. E. BARNES, Managing Director 



THE 
WILSON BAKERY 

Makers of 

"DIXIE BREAD" 



"We Supply This Institution" 



Phone 2769 



Wilson, N. C. 



MOTHER 
AND DAUGHTER STORE 

101 Nash Street 
WILSON. NORTH CAROLINA 



"The Fashion Center for Thrifty 
Women" 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



OASIS THEATRE 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



THE NATIONAL 



BANK 



WILSON, N. C. 



Visit Our Model Six Room House 

THIRD FLOOR 

Compliments 

R. E. QUINN & CO. 

'Carolina's Finest" 

FURNITURE 

PHILCO RADIOS 

RUGS and CARPETS 

FOR DISTINCTIVE GIFTS 

VISIT 

QUINN'S GIFT SHOP 

FIRST FLOOR 

137 South Goldsboro Street 
3188— Dial— 3189 



W. R. MILLER 

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 

We Carry a Large Stock, Always Fresh 

South Goldsboro Street 

WILSON, N. C. 

We Deliver Dial 2414 



MOSS & COMPANY 

"Treat People Right" 

ON 

DRY GOODS • CLOTHING 

SHOES 

132-134-136 Tarboro St. Wilson, N. C. 



THE WILSON PETROLEUM COMPANY 

Distributors for 

AMERICAN OIL COMPANY PRODUCTS 



Phone 3448 



Wilson, North Carolina 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

MULLENS BARBER 
SHOP 



GOLDEN 
WEED GRILL 



"Where Good Food and Good Service 
Go Hand in Hand" 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

STADIEM'S LADIES' SHOP 

"Apparel That Appeals" 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



You Can Always be Well Dressed 
Economically at 

THE TOGGERY 



"U-.i 



Men's Wear" 



Wilson, N. C. 



Dial 3300 




in Bottles 



All Films Developed 25c Per Roll 


Mailed Within 


6 Hours After Received 


TRUE BLOOD'S STUDIO 


Davis Bldg. 


Wilson, N. C. 



There Is a GULF Station 
Convenient to Your Needs 

Drive in for Complete 
Service 

A. A. RUFFIN 



Local Distributor 



Wilson, N. C. 



Phone 3471 


303 E. N 


ash St. 




SIBERIA FUR COAT 








Manufacturer of 








FUR GARMENTS 




Ch 


■ist Ladas, Prop. Wilson, 


N. C. 



JO-ANN SHOPPE 

203 E. Nash Street 
Dial 4123 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

STEPHENSON LUMBER 
COMPANY 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



THOMAS-YELVERTON CO. 

Better Furniture 
Funeral Directors Ambulance Service 

"We are Never Late" 
Call 3121 Wilson, N. C. 





COMPLIMENTS 




OF 


DR. 


PEPPER BOTTLING 




COMPANY 


"Three G 


ood Times to Enjoy Life More, 




10 — 2 — and 4 o'clock" 



BROWN AND CRAWLEY OIL COMPANY 



Distributors 

PURE OIL PRODUCTS 



Motor Oils 



Nos. I and 2 Fuel Oils 



"You Can be Sure With Pure" 
We Meter Your Fuel Oil Direct to Your Tank, Thereby Saving Srubbery 



RADIO STATION 

WGTM 

Serving Eastern North 
Carolina From Wilson 

The World's Greatest Tobacco 
Market 

Studios on West Nash Street 

Affiliated 

Carolina Broadcasting System 

Mutual Broadcasting System 



THE DRAKE 

Wilson's Newest 

THEATRE 



FAIRFIELD 
DAIRY PRODUCTS 

Incorporated 

"Perfectly Pasteurized Milk" 

Dairy Products 
Pine State Ice Cream 



Dial 3232 



Wilson, N. C. 



MONTICELLO CAFE 



Most Modern 
Air Conditioned 



'Good Food 



Good Health" 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



RED"S BARBER SHOP 



South Goldsboro St. 



Wilson, N.C. 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

KINSTON DAILY 
FREE PRESS 

America's Premier Small City Daily" 

Trademark Registered 



A True and Tried Friend of Education 



L'lL TOM'S 




RAINBOW 


GRILL 


"Where Collegians Meet 


and Eat" 


* 


— 


132 NORTH GOLDSBORO STREET 


24 HOUR SERVICE 



STUDENTS 

Know Your Friends Down Town; They Helped 
Make This Book Bigger and Better — 

THE STAFF. 



PRINTING AND BINDING 



BENSON PRINTING CO., NASHVILLE, TENN. 



ENGRAVING 

CHARLOTTE ENGRAVING CO., CHARLOTTE, N. 



DANIEL AND 



PHOTOGRAPHY 

SMITH, RALE 



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SENIOR STATISTICS 

Editor's Note: 

Below is listed the members of the Senior Class, together with the organizations with 
which each is affiliated. The section has been omitted from the regular Senior Section 
because the editors feel that while some students contribute a good part of their time 
to extra-curricular activities, others are more devoted to the academic college life. 
Therefore, in keeping with the democratic spirit characteristic of Atlantic Christian, we 
feel this section is more suitable for presenting such information. 



AGNES BEST 

Honor Roll, I, 2, 3, 4; Class Marshal, 2, 3, 4; Rotary 
Scholarship, 3; Golden Knot Honor Society, 3, 4; 
Women's Dormitory Council; Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, 4; 
Future Teachers of America Club, 3, 4-Secretary, Vice- 
President. 

KATIE GOLD BREWER 

Rotary Scholarship, I ; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3, 4; Class 
Marshal, i!; Chief Marshal, 4; Delta Sigma, 2, 3 t 4- 
Treasurer, 4, Reporter, 3; Golden Knot Honor Society, 

3, 4; Women's Dormitory Council, 2; Secretary of Senior 

Class, 4; Future Teachers of America Club, 4. 

CHARLES BYRD 

Transfer from Edwards Military Institute; Giee Club, 4; 
Education Club, 4. 

JAMES CREASY, JR. 

Transfer from University of North Carolina; Y. M. C. A 
Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 4; Chairman Programs, 4 
Managing Editor "Collegiate," 3, Editor, 4; Snapshot 
Editor "Pine Knot," 3, Assistant Business Manager, 4 
Questers Club, 3, 4; Ministerial Club. 3; Campus Re 
ligious Council, 4; Co-chairman of Social Committee, 4 
Commercial Assistant, 3, 4; Student Advisor of Bussettes 
3; Phi Delta Gamma, 3, 4-Trea surer, 3, 4, Business Man 
ager, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary, 4. 

JACQUELINE DANIEL 

W. A. A., I, 2, 3, 4-Vice-President, 2, 3, Secretary, 3, 4; 

Phi Sigma Tau, 2, 3, 4-Trea surer, 3 4, President, 4; 

Women's Dormitory Council, I, 2. 

MINNIE WHITLEY DEES 

Transfer Greensboro College; Sigma Tau Chi, 3, 4- 

Secretary, 4; Dramatic Club, 3; May Day Courtier, 3; 

Personal Attendant for May Day, 4; I. R. C, 4; House 

President of Senior Hall, 4. 

DOROTHY DRAUGHON 

Secretary-Treasurer Sampson County Club, 3, 4. 

LESTER EDWARDS 

Assistant Manager Basketball Team, 2, Manager, 3; 
Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain, 2, Vice- 
President, 3, Secretary, 3; Men's Dormitory Council, 3, 

4, President, 4; Questers, 3, 4; Executive Board, 4; 
Student Legislative, 4; CamDus Religious Council, 4. 

JANEY FITZGERALD 

Dramatic Club, 3; Delta Sigma, 3, 4, President 3, 4; 
May Day Courtier, 3; I. R. C, 4; May Queen, 4. 

L. V. GODWIN 

Future Teachers Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, President, 
4; Honor Roll, 2, 3. 



FOY GOFORTH 

Band, I, 2, 3. 

JOHNNY GREENE 

Treasurer of Class, I; W. A. A., I, 2, 3, Sport Leader, 
I; Verse Speaking Choir, I, 2, 4; Dramatic Club, I, 2, 
3, 4 President, 2, 4, Program Chairman, 3; Sigma Tau 
Chi Sorority, 2, 3, 4 Reporter, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; 
Woman's Dormitory Council, 3; "Collegiate" Staff, 2, 
3; Publicity Committee, 3, 4; Cheerleader, 2; Class 
Historian, 4. 

LILLIAN GUTHRIE 

Transfer from Pfeiffer Junior College; Glee Club, 2; 
Dramatic Club, 2, 3; Sigma Tau Chi, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President, 3, Treasurer, 4; May Day Courtier, 3; Chair- 
man of May Day, 4. 

MARTHA HENDERSON 

Transfer from Louisburg Junior College; Dramatic Club, 
2, 3; International Relations Club, 2, 3; Education Club, 
2, 3; Supervisor of Dining Hall, 4; Supervisor's Board, 
Secretary, 4; Woman's Dormitory Council, House Presi- 
dent, 4. 

CARTHIENE HOELL 

Sigma Tau Chi, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Secretary, 3, Vice- 
President, 3; Personal Attendant May Day, 4. 

ELBERT P. JAMES 

Band I; Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; "Collegiate" Staff, 
I; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; College Quartet, 3; Phi Kappa 
Alpha, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, Secretary, 4; Campus 
Religious Council, 4; Men's Dormitory Council, 3; 
Supervisor of Grounds, 3, 4; Chairman of Supervisor's 
Board, 4; May Day Jester, 2. 

F. H. JARMAN 

Phi Kappa Alpha, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 2; Business Man- 
ager of "Collegiate" Staff, 3, 4; "Pine Knot," 4. 

FRANK B. JONES 

Sigma Alpha, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; Manager Baseball, 
4, Assistant Manager, I, 2, 3. 

NELLIE LOU LAMM 

May Day Pianist, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Future Teachers 
of America, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, President, 4. 

MARGUERITE LANE 

Sigma Tau Chi, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3; May Day Courtier, 
3; Future Teachers of America Club, 3, 4. 

GEORGE EDWIN LOFTIN 

Phi Delta Gamma, 3, 4, Vice-President. 3, President, 4; 
Treasurer Class, 3; Treasurer Class, 4; Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet, 3 President, 4; Questers, 4; International Re- 
lations Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4. 



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BURNEY McCOTTER 

Dormitory Council, 2; Phi Delta Gamma, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President, 2, 4, Secretary, 4; Basketball, I, 2, 3, 4; 
Tenms, 2, 3; "A" Club, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Men's 
Quartet, 2, 3; Band, 2 3; Editor of Collegiate," 3; 
Sports Editor of "Pine Knot." 3; Vice-President Class, 4. 

HAZEL McKEEL 

Women's Athletic Association, 2, 3, 4; Internationa! 

Relations Club, 3, 4; Supervisor of Dining Hall, 3; Phi 

Sigma Tau, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4; Dormitory Council, 

Vice-President, 3, Secretary, 4. 

LESLIE MINCEY 

Transfer from N. C. State; Sigma Alpha, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President, 4; International Relations Club, 4. 

ELMER MOTTERN 

Phi Kappa Alpha, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Vice-President, 
2; Glee Club, I, 2, 4; Boxing, I, 2, 3, Captain, 3; 
"Pine Knot," 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor, 4; Editor of 
"Collegiate," 3; Representative to N, C. Student Legis- 
lature, 2, 3; Debating Team, 2, 3; Essay Cup, 2; Phi 
Kappa Alpha Athletic Trophy, 3; Questers, 3, -4; Dormi- 
tory Council, I, 2, 3; President of Cooperative Associa- 
tion, 3; Who's Who, 3; Golden Knot Honor Society, 3, 
4- President Class. 2; Marshal, 2; President Class, 4; 
May Day Jester, I, 2, Courtier, 3; "A" Club, 2, 3, 4. 

FRANCES NELSON 

Transfer from E. C. T. C; Band, 2. 3; Sigma Tau Chi. 

3, 4, Vice-President, 3, Secretary, 4; May Day Courtier, 

4; May Day Herald, 3. 

WINTON ODHAM 

Phi Kappa Alpha, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms, 2, Secretary, 

3, Treasurer, 4; Assistant Manager Basketball Team, 3, 

Manager, 4; May King, 4; May Day Courtier, 3. 

JULIAN ROEBUCK 

"A" Club, I, 2 3; Honor Roll, I, 2, 3, 4; International 
Relations Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Marshal, I, 2, 3; Boxing, 1, 2. 

RAY G. SILVERTHORNE 

Ministerial Club, I 2, 3, 4; Debating Team, 2; Y. M. 
C. A. Cabinet, 2, 3; President Y. M. C. A., 3; Questers, 

2 3 4; Waters' Cup, 3; International Relations Club, 
2, 3; Dramatic Club, I, 2; "Collegiate" Staff, I, 2; Ad- 
vertising Manager "Pine Knot," 2, Business Manager, 

3 Editor, 4; Phi Kappa Alpha, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President. 2, 

Chaplain, 3, 4; Who's Who, 4. 

IRMA LEE SPENCER 

President Y. W. C. A., 3; "Pine Knot," I, 2, 3, 4, 
Managing Editor, 3; "Collegiate," I, 2, 3; President 
Class, I; W. A. A. President, 4, Secretary, 3; Phi 
Sigma Tau, 2, 3, 4, Reporter, 3, 4, Secretary, 3; Golden 
Knot, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; Dramatic Club, I, 2, 3, 4; 
International Relations Club, I, 2, 3; Education Club, 
3; President Class, 3; Dormitory Council, 3; Religious 
Interest Cup, 2; May Day Courtier, 3; Cheerleader, 2. 

HELEN SUTTON 

Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club, 
3, 4; Education Club, 3, 4; W. A. A., 2, 3, 4. 

MARY SUTTON 

International Relations Club, 2, 3, 4; W. A. A. 2, 3 4; 
Education Club, 2, 3, 4. 

DALEN WAINWRIGHT 

May Day Courtier, 3. 



SUSAN ALICE WALLER 

Vice-President Class. I, 2; Vice-President, Y. W. C. A., 
2, Pianist, 3; Dormitory Council, 2; Glee Club, I; 
Chairman May Day, 3; Chairman Concerts, 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club, 4; Phi Sigma Tau, 2 3 4 
Reporter, 4, Vice-President, 4; Dramatic Club, I, 2, 3, 
4, Secretary, 2, Program Chairman, 4; Campus Religious 
Council, 4; Who's Who. 

JIM WALTERS 

Dormitory Council, I, 2, Vice-President, 4; Junior Varsity 
Basketball, 2, 3; N. C. Student Legislature, 4; Golden 
Knot Honor Society, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club, 4, President, 4. 

MARY ELIZABETH WARD 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 2, 3, Treasurer, 3; Phi Sigma Tau, 
2, 3, 4, President, 4; Dramatic Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 
2; Dormitory Council, 3 4, Treasurer, 3, President, 4; 
Executive Board, 4; Publicity Committee 3, 4; Golden 
Knot, 4; Who's Who, 4; Secretary of Class, 2. 3; Cam- 
pus Religious Council, 4, Secretary, 4. 

MYRTLE McLEAN WEBB 

Transfer from W. C. U. N. C, Howard, Cincinnati 
Bible Seminary; Education Club, 4; International Re- 
lations Club. 

CLAYLON D. WEEKS 

Manager Boxing Team, I, 2; "A" Club, 3, 4; Ministerial 

Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, President, 4; Sampson 

County Club, I, 4, Chaplain, I, President, 4; Debating 

Club, 3; Questers, 3, 4; Dormitory Council, 4. 

HERBERT WHITE 

Tennis Team, I, 2, 3, 4; Winner Ross Cup, 3. 

NINA R. WILCOX 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 4; W. A. A., I, 2, 3; Ministerial 
Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4. 

FRANK WILEY 

Phi Delta Gamma, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Sergeant-at- 
Arms, 3, Vice-President, 4; "A" Club, 3, 4, Secretary- 
Treasurer, 4; Basketball, 2, 3, 4; May Day Attendant, 
4; "Collegiate" Business Staff, 3; Business Manager, 
"Pine Knot," 4. 

ISABELLE WILLIAMS 

Sigma Tau Chi, 2, 3, Treasurer, 2, Vice-President, 3; 
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, I, 2, 3. Vice-President, 2, Sec- 
retary, 3; International Relations Club, I, 2 3; Dramatic 
Club, I, 2; Education Club, 3; Debating Club, 2; Band, 
2, 3; Campus Religious Council, 3. 

JOSEPH WINDLEY 

Junior Varsity Sasketba 1 1 ! 2, 3; Varsity Baseball Team, 
I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 4; "A" Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Dormitory Council, 4. 

JOHN K. WOOTEN 

Phi Kappa Alpha, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, President, 4; 

May Day Courtier, 3, Personal Attendant, 4; Who's 

Who, 4; President Cooperative Association, 4, Treasurer, 

3; Dormitory Council Secretary-Treasurer, 2. 

NEAL WYNDHAM 

Secretary-Treasurer Y. M. C. A., 2, Vice-President, 3; 
Ministerial Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, 4; May 
Day Jester, 3; Phi Delta Gamma, 3, 4, Chaplain, 4; 
international Relations Club, 4; Dramatic Club, 3, 4; 
Debating Club, 4; Boxing Team, I; "A" Club, 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary-Treasurer, 3; Questers, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 
3, 4; Vice-President Cooperative Association, 4; Super- 
visor of Buildings, 3, 4. 



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